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tolerate disruptions of any kind mrovkz during those procedures and when speaking before the commission, if you care to, do state your name for the record. i'd like to take roll commissioner president wu commissioner fong commissioner antonini commissioner richards we do expect commissioner hillis and commissioner johnson momentary commissioner first on our agenda is proposed items for continuance item one at 1814 through 16 ann district attorney request for conditional use authorization and item 2 at 2312
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market street request for conditional use authorization until november 13th he have no other items proposed for continuance and no speaker cards. >> okay any public comment on this item? for items proposed for continuance? seeing none, public comment is closed commissioner fong >> move to continue. >> second. >> on that motion to continue commissioner antonini commissioner johnson commissioner richards i can only vote on the tennessee i actually the market street one i'm living within 5 hundred feet i'll not be vociferating or participating that. >> in this case can we change the motion to -
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>> move to continue item 1. >> second. >> thank you commissioner antonini on that motion to continue item one. >> commissioner antonini commissioner johnson commissioner richards commissioner fong commissioner president wu so moved, commissioners, that motion passes unanimously 5 to zero and we will need a motion to recuse commissioner richards. >> move to recuse commissioner richards. >> do i hear a second and second. >> thank you commissioner johnson on that motion commissioner antonini commissioner johnck commissioner johnson commissioner richards commissioner johns and commissioner president wu so moved, commissioners, that motion passes commissioner richards you are recused. >> move to continue item number
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2. >> you have to leave the room you i would think would be okay all right. thank you commissioner fong a second. >> thank you commissioner antonini on that motion to continue item two. >> commissioner antonini commissioner johnck commissioner johnson commissioner fong and commissioner president wu so moved, commissioners, that motion passes unanimously 5 to zero and and places you under your consent calendar there will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the commission, the public, or staff so requests, in which event the matter shall consent calendar and considered as a separate item at this or a future hearing. you have one item under consent item 3 for case 201453 request
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for condominium conversion subdivision i have no speaker cards. >> any public comment on that item on the consent calendar? seeing none, public comment is closed commissioner antonini >> move to approve. >> second. >> on that motion to approve item 3 commissioner antonini commissioner johnck commissioner johnson commissioner richards commissioner fong and commissioner president wu so moved, commissioners, that motion passes unanimously 6 to zero and place ion commission matters draft minutes for october 9, 2014. >> any public comment on that item on the draft minutes seeing none, public comment is closed. >> move to approve draft minutes. >> on that motion to during that period, the draft minutes commissioner antonini commissioner hillis commissioner johnson commissioner richards
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president fong and commissioner president wu snoemdz unanimously 6 to zero and places you on item 5 commissioner questions or comments. >> i seven hundred to update the commissioners commissioner richards and i attend the mayor's office task force meeting we'll get a brooefr commissioner antonini and i have a couple of items a quote from a book i'm reading called supreme city how manhattan of the 20s changed america you know for good in so many ways and the quote from this particular chapter says talented people want to be near other talented 0 people and new york has the physical impactedness to make
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other people we can use that quote it is leading to the growth both commercially and spiritually there's a desire on the part of lots of people to be close to each other they fellowship want to be around other people to work together so, anyway a couple of other items without commenting on the case itself under appeal the decision by i see district just charles brewer regarding the fee that is compared on cases where a tenant is evicted and actually, the justice had ruled that was unconstitutional his
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arguments have like the land use issues making sure there's a nexus between the impact of the project and the fee that is charged it should be responsible for mitigating it's part of the impact on the problem on the types of things that the new project does but no to remedial problems in full causes for most of high percentage of other regions not commenting on the decision itself but i find an interesting particularly on appeal whether the parallels is upheld or overturned on the third item is in regards to an item in the chronicle i believe it's before the board of supervisors for their brawl the article was written out mention
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of what we did in our actions but talked about the proposal before the supervisors which i think is a win-win and almost everybody is supporting it it allows the building of many more units and small you make out of unit people are lucky to get and they have to be built in the transbay within the transbay project and day later there were or there's an editorial in the paper it sounded like the writer didn't understand the issues it was entitled transit maybe that was critical felt legislation proposed by supervisor jane kim and it plied that we were trading those united or units this type for displaying the inclusionary housing far from the center of transit this is not the case their obligated to
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have it within the area so only move the residents possibly he over a little bit of a block away from fulsome and 181 fremont is near howard so that's quite a far distance and they made it sound like this go legislation will apply to other projects it is focused on just this project so i hate to be critical it sound like the writer didn't understand wee what the project is and what the legislation is article on the project itself was a little bit more comprehensive and accurate. >> commissioner fong. >> thank you. i want to bring up something it's a long-range thought and oftentimes commissioner comments we're u
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talking about a request for more information or data or a report back i know those kinds of requests are time intense certify for staff i want to talk about we're able to prioritize those items on the list and whether there's there a subcommittee an agenda decided amending item talk about the priorities for the data to help us make better decisions with those top 3 items are and i don't think it is something we can get into that today, i wanted to throw the idea out actually talk to the staff and the rational way to go about that clearly with my intent of building more data to help us make decisions.
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>> great, thank you. >> commissioner richards. >> i'd like to participate in my one of those conversations say thirty days to get those things going and prioritize things i'd like to get those things going. >> thank you commissioners, if there's nothing further we can move on to department matters item 6 vps announcements. >> if i may on commissioner antonini's statement their reacting to that idea not in the transbay district and secondly, commissioner fong's request i appreciate what i have talked to jonas about organizing a request to look at them collectively and prioritize the requests there are legitimate requests coming
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in by their nature they're an existence to the plan i appreciate our acknowledgment and talk about the time and prioritization to have that discussion and thirdly, i will ivy wanted to thank commissioner president wu and commissioner johnson it's been an interesting series i know we're scheduling an item at this point to go hover over the housing initiatives so we can have a more robust discussion about the efforts of the commission that concludes my report. thank you. >> thank you, commissioners item 7 review of past events the board of supervisors there was no preservation historic. >> good afternoon aaron starr planning staff this mondays land use committee heard some old news and the first one was an
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interim zoning control for new ground floor office uses facing second from king to fulsome sports by supervisor kim that is a resolution for the interim controls requiring the condominium conversion from king to fulsome street this item was not staffed it will not come before this commission, however, should supervisor kim seek permanent control they will come before you they sent the item to the full board with with a positive recommendation and two neighborhood commercial districts with the ordinance stacey the fillmore district and those sponsored by supervisor breed those ordinances were originally heard by the planning commission in november of 2012 where the commission voted to
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recommend approval the proposed is ordinances with notifications the ordinances were introduced in february of 2013 i'm sorry revised ones and incorporated the commissions modifications for those on formula retail in june 2013, the commission heard the reintroduced item and voted to approve it the principle modifications was to remove the proposed formula retail band and the other language regarding the modification supervisor breed removed the formula retail detail before land use at the land use commission the public comment was in support of the ordinances citing the changes as positive for the small business community and to commercial crossroads and supervisor wiener made the motion to forward it the full
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board and also the northeast ordinance i don't know how many on this commission had the pleasure of hearing that but if the it made several changes to parking uses and sign controls in the northeast areas of the city portions of the ordinance have been adapted by the planning code such as sign controls, and issues dealing with i'm sorry - adapting the planning code and parts will not be heard such the port property and signs have not been dealt with the ordinance before the land use & economic development committee addressed the facility of the non-formed conditions and updating the commercial and remain be commercial district and changes of use in the
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commercial districts and making parking rich in the city and allow parking lots to have a temporary eye permit instead of of a 2 year use permit and allows the projects that are not approved by the planning commission and not yet vested in the - in the van ness area this commission held multiple hearings on the ordinances for the 5 hundred and 40 acreage e page ordinance they heard it taken up by the planning commission of the phases two and three planning commission voted to recommend approval with modifications all the commissions recommended versions were incorporated marry at the hearing no public comment on this item prior to my decision between the presenting supervisors the aide asked to
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correct amendments and a continuance for one week until october 27th supervisor wiener both requested it and with any luck it will be heard next week at the committee also as commissioner antonini mentioned the development agreement for the item and it was a development in the city and project sponsor to have a in lieu apartment for the project area the commission voted naming for approval the development agreement has a $13.58 million and the fee will be established
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$5.4 million process created by the development grant could create much u up to 69 affordable units instead of 11 supervisor kim also expressed the current in lieu fee maybe set too low and the committee voted to send it to the full board with a positive recommendation this past thank you, of course, the giant had their pictures win over the royal kansas city and commissioners as you recall you heard this item on august 7th you recommended approval for the legislation after the 6 hour hearings hearing and they made multiple amendments this board had a second reading a procedural position, however, the sprifdz made one last
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attempt to revise it and supervisor asked for a limitation and supervisor campos proposed an amendment to collect the back taxes prior to this taking effect and supervisor yee asked to limit the hosted and notary republic hosted in the rfp d district and second by supervisor mar all those amendments failed several supervisors spoke for and against the amendment month who sited the recent article in the chronicle it passed it second reading and this item is awaiting the mayors signature no introductions this week, however, i had a request by commissioner wu to going go over
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an item spoentd by the two supervisors an mischief code change for the legacy businesses in san francisco it is a business that meets 4 criteria a bar, restaurant and performance or a a business performed in reproduction and has no break in the operations exceeding that two years and contributed to the neighborhoods history of a particular neighborhood or community and committed to have the physical features of a business including the craft or cooking areas it requests to survey the businesses no later
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than june to recommend provisions and such programs include the technical assistance and publications and public education and accomodation initiatives to encourage the stability the proposal will establish a rebate program and the program will provide reand the baits to qualified landlord 0 persons that purchase real property and expend the term by overlooking an additional 10 years to all qualified businesses and landowner will
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not need $400,000 and expire on may 21st, 2019, this does not amended the planning code unless requested. >> that concludes my remarks thank you. >> thank you. >> i don't have a broils report in this case commissioners general public comment of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the commission except agenda items. with respect to agenda items, opportunity to address the commission will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting. each member of the public may address the commission up to three minutes. i have one speaker card. >> (calling names). >> one year more behind where
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we were in 1947 london after blythe's creed there was a standard 4 acres per thousand u.s. contemporaries 10 acres per thousand by rec and park standard over 70 percent of our municipalities dedicated to public open space is dedicated for vehicular traffic and the acceleration of x number of pedestrian industries we uncovered 4 buffered bike lanes and 3 road and two reductions of speed to be accomplished by 2016 and 40 percent of our emissions are produced by vehicular traffic and three to four lane roads lead to 3.3 less injuries
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per year and 70 percent of our labor force works downtown and over restraining order percent of the streets downtown are one way the speetsdz on one way traffic exceeds the speed and 51 percent of the status are not correct the him brains retain - the highway act public law was impacted on 629 when the 34th president authorized $29 billion for the construction of 66 thousand kilometers of public infrastructure it was the largest public works project in history the project sponsor co-sponsored 10 percent i
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believe it's in effect today and 20 percent of the human population will live in the municipality of over one million inhabits and 70 percent of the human energy will par take in those municipalities and the remaining 70 percent will be produced and approximately, one in $3,000 structures has been approved by a function of the municipal government and sf operates at 5.5 acres per thousand. > next speaker. >> morning i'm charlotte making i'm brought to your attention and i have a copy for each of you there was on tuesday
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san francisco chronicle an article by dianne feinstein who happens to be the neighborhood person in this city she's commenting on the airbnb the merits of strong zoning laws protects residents throughout the city i'm highlighting here for you and those of us who value the residential character of our neighborhood and are have found in the city's quality of life will see all of this a washed away by a blanket commercialization of our neighborhoods see for user i believe it's in the chronicle on tuesday.
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>> thank you. next speaker, please. >> sue hester speaking for myself on general public comment commissioners have the power to indirect staff to make a report back or to direct a hearing put it on the future agenda i'm zigzagging for that we have conflicting housing policies in this city on the one hand the goal that's been introduced by the mayor and supervisor kim and it's on the ballot to construct a primary dwelling unit in the city on the other hand, we we have pending the mayors signature legislation that creates incentives to use that to price up the housing by using it part of the time more lucratively as hotels
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you should take our power and our city attorney's advise to put conditions on the housing projects and there's no one been today's calendar but your approving new construction of housing they range in size from. >> couple of units to a couple of hundred units you should be conditioning all of those housing unit they're occupied by real people and not rented out as hotels result of allowing them to be used for hotels is as the prices goes up and if the prices goes up your counter sunnyvale the entire incentive project that the mayor and supervisor kim and i think the voters are going to set on the ballot of creating housing that meets the needs of
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residents of the city we're also housing a lot of the workers in san mateo and santa clara county that's another complication right now but you need to have a discussion of things you can do and you need the city attorney's advise so i'm pleading with you may be it's two or three weeks from now have on our calendar a discussion of what conditions the planning commission could put on the new housing that keeps them residential and it warns people all of the sob stories around airbnb talked about our housing prices restraining order two high i need the income if we make the problem nor severe then selling the units as quasi hotels at
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least part of the year we'll never get out of the mess put this on your calendar you have the power to do that look at page 7 at the bottom of the agenda. >> is there any additional public comment seeing none, public comment is closed. >> commissioners that places you under our regular calendar item 8 for the next case the patrick rod and gun soil remedial action this is a appeal of a negative declaration. >> good afternoon, commissioners and commissioner president wu i am tim johnson with the san francisco planning department with me is the senior planner with the department as well the item before you is an appeal of the preliminary midst negative declaration t


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